QUINCY, Mass. — A twenty-year-old Hyde Park man is behind bars, charged with a violent road rage incident in Quincy last week.
Zakar Bell-Warren is facing a charge of assault with intent to murder for allegedly repeatedly stabbing a man during a road rage incident that went on for two and a half miles on September 15th.
Zakar Bell-Warren was arrested in Weymouth Tuesday morning and arraigned in Quincy District Court.
The incident began sometime before 1 p.m. Thursday on Sea Street in Quincy as the victim and the suspect were turning left onto Quincy Shore Drive.
The victim told police the trouble began when two lanes merged into one, and the victim would not let Bell-Warren cut in front of him.
Instead, the victim told police, as he drove along Quincy Shore Drive, Bell-Warren wouldn’t back off, and kept driving on his left.
The victim said, as he was stopped in traffic near Wollaston Beach, he saw Bell-Warren out of his car walking towards him.
The victim said he tried to get away by turning left at a Gulf Station, but he could not lose Bell-Warren.
Eventually the two men wound up outside their cars on Glover Street.
The victim was stabbed several times in the stomach and was hospitalized.
Two witnesses told police the suspect also was armed with a gun.
By the time police arrived, the suspect drove away.
Quincy Police say they were able to match Bell-Warren to the car and he was taken into custody Tuesday morning.
This is Bell-Warren’s latest brush with the law.
In March, the Boston Police Youth Violent Task Force arrested him at a traffic stop for allegedly possessing a powerful P80 handgun, loaded with an extended magazine of 24 9MM ammunition.
At the time of the Quincy road rage incident, Bell-Warren was free on bail on the Boston gun charge.
Prosecutors are seeking to revoke that bail
Bell-Warren is due back in court for a dangerousness hearing next week.
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